Q: What is a 180 turn clockwise?

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It is: 180/360 degrees = 1/2 a revolution

The same as 180 degrees clockwise. What do you mean "the answer to"?

A clockwise turn turns the same way as the hands on a clock.

Fomula(work with both clockwise/counterclockwise):(-x,-y)

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The answer depends upon what is meant by a full turn. Traveling north a 90 degree turn counter-clockwise will take you west, clockwise it will take you east. A 180 degree turn (clockwise or counter-clockwise) takes you south and 360 degrees takes you north again.

Go 180 units of distance in any direction. Turn 90 degrees clockwise and go 180 units of distance in a straight line. Turn 90 degrees clockwise and go 180 units of distance in a straight line. Turn 90 degrees clockwise and go 180 units of distance in a straight line.You will have travelled along a square route whose total distance is 720 units. Alternatively you could have turned counter clockwise each time.

Turn its axis by 180 degrees.

A half turn counter clockwise is rotating an object or direction 180 degrees in the opposite direction to the clock's movement. This means turning something halfway around in a leftward direction.

Is often equivalent to no turn at all. But can be 180 degrees - if three turns are clockwise and one is anti-clockwise (or the other way around).

Because 180 degrees clockwise is the same as 180 degrees counterclockwise.

If you turn 180 degrees clockwise or anticlockwise you will be facing south.

no, clockwise

It is: 180/360 degrees = 1/2 a revolution

You turn it clockwise to tighten and anti-clockwise to loosen.

The same as 180 degrees clockwise. What do you mean "the answer to"?